STICKY KEYS ACCESSIBILITY OPTION
To launch accessibility options in Windows XP, Click Start> Control panel> Accessibility Options The Accessibility Options window appear.
Sticky keys is an accessibility feature to help computer users with physical disability, but it is also used by others as a means to reduce repetitive strain. Sticky keys allows the user to press and release a modifier key, such as Shift, Ctrl, Alt, or the windows key, and have it remain active until other key is pressed.
- To enable Sticky Keys, select Use StickyKeys
- Click Apply
- Click OK
After having enabled Sticky Keys, you will now practice and see its effect.
- Start notepad. To do so. click Start> All programs> Accessories> Notepad.
- Type some text (3 - 4 lines at least) and place the cursor at the beginning of the text.
- Press CTRL key on your keyboard.
- Press letter A on your keyboard.
Notice the entire text gets selected. This action is equivalent to pressing CTRL+A simultaneously!
To disable Sticky Keys, uncheck Use StickyKeys and then click on Apply> OK.
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